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M/M

"And I also hope they continue to criticize her mothering skills ("will she be able to raise a Down's Syndrome baby AND be vice president?"), her hair, her fashion choices (loved the ginormous flag pin she wore at her VP debut---take THAT, Barack!), and her ability to lead (the silence from the feminist groups is deafening. Where's NOW now?!). If they continue down this road, they will only further irritate those disaffected women still irritated Hillary isn't on the other ticket. "
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N.O.W. is probably still busy harassing Don Imus.

mjfell

Monica,

Can I prevail upon you to give some pointers about calculating numbers to Chuck Todd? Oh wait, never mind. Chuck's too busy sitting down with Keith Olbermann figuring out ways to make the numbers look like they're in Obama's favor. I'd hate to see you waste your time talking to a brick wall...or two.

Ummahgummah

I don't know about you, but I don't want to gamble on just a 5 percent chance on change from that.

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Since Barak Hussein Obama is THE most liberal of all 100 senators you don't need a lot of brains to figure out that those 5% divergence from his fellow Dhimmicrat travelers are in fact MORE LIBERAL than Harry Reid, Nancy Peloser and Ted 'the Red' Kennedy.

You can take that to the bank.

Better make sure that bank is off-shore.

Cuz if Barak Hussein Obama wins he'll be needin' your dough to pay for all those lovely things like his $845 BN "Global Poverty Reduction" Bill he sponsored in the Senate!

Notice also the involvement of his good buddy Joe Biden!

I guess Mr. Obama was thinking of a way to help out his brother since this bill is meant to help those across the world who live on less than $1/day.

Very creative of him but may I suggest he use Western Union to help out his fam and not make it my and your business?!

Here's an excerpt from this 'global rob the taxpayer bill':

(note also John Kerry, Dick Turban, Chuck Hagel and their ilk involved)

Calendar No. 718
1st110th CONGRESS
2d Session
S. 2433
←→
[Report No. 110-331]
To require the President to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy to further the United States foreign policy objective of promoting the reduction of global poverty, the elimination of extreme global poverty, and the achievement of the Millennium Development Goal of reducing by one-half the proportion of people worldwide, between 1990 and 2015, who live on less than $1 per day.
IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES
December 7, 2007
Mr. OBAMA (for himself, Mr. and HAGEL, Ms. CANTWELL, Mrs. FEINSTEIN, Mr. LUGAR, Mr. DURBIN, Mr. MENENDEZ, Mr. BIDEN, Mr. DODD, Mr. FEINGOLD, Ms. SNOWE, Mrs. MURRAY, Mr. HARKIN, Mr. JOHNSON, Mr. SMITH, and Mr. KERRY) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations
April 24, 2008
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Reported by Mr. BIDEN, with amendments and an amendment to the title
[Omit the part struck through and insert the part printed in italic]
A BILL
To require the President to develop and implement a comprehensive strategy to further the United States foreign policy objective of promoting the reduction of global poverty, the elimination of extreme global poverty, and the achievement of the Millennium Development Goal of reducing by one-half the proportion of people worldwide, between 1990 and 2015, who live on less than $1 per day.

NICE TRY, Barak Hussein Obama!

http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billtext.xpd?bill=s110-2433

Ummahgummah

We should refer to Barak Hussein Obama as Mr. 80% because that's what our tax rates will be like IF he gets into the White House.

Good grief, people!

He's gonna have both Houses on his side and READY TO SPEND LIKE DRUNKEN SAILORS!!

Truther

There is only one thing worse than high taxes UG, and that is high spending without the commensurate levying and collecting of taxes.

There are many government programs that are thrown money, that are far more expensive than they ought to be, government support for the medical system being one. These programs get so large that they become almost intractable.


Truther

The IPCC, as an organization has almost coincided with the Gulf Wars. Have the Russians used the IPCC as a propaganda vehicle to alienate the US from Europe?

We have seen EU cooperation int he first GW, and uncooperative in the second, and now, refused to support Georgia in the latest situation involving the avaricious US bringing guns to obtain more oil.

TH IPCC, to the common man in the EU, must make people think the US is insane - pursuing a bloody policy just to poison the atmosphere. Being alienated, the Europeans has accepted Russian oil.

To reverse this, we must campaign against human-induced global warming so Europeans know this is just propaganda, or WE WILL be the ones to be increasing alienated from the rest of the world, and not the Russians.

SteveOk

(Monica)"What Obama didn't tell you is that he has voted 95 percent of the time with the liberal Senate Majority Leader, Harry Reid. That would be the same Harry Reid, who along with uberliberal House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, head up a Democratic-led Congress with a sensational 9 percent job approval rating. Obama is part of that liberal Congressional leadership of which 91 percent of the American people disapprove. Obama votes with them 95 percent of the time."
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And this guy is supposed to bring us a new kind of post-partisanship? This is a Nigerian Scam. He is one of the most partisan hacks in the Senate. The kicker for me was his vote against Chief Justice John Roberts. Roberts is probably the most qualified Justice in the history of this country and 22 of the most liberal kooks in the Senate voted against him, including Barack Obama. The guy is a con artist. He is a leftwing Democrat who will raise our taxes through the roof and increase spending on social welfare give-away programs all day long.

As a final attempt to salvage the situation in Iraq, our Commander-in-Chief proposed a surge of troops under the leadership of General Petraeus. Obama opposed that effort and was willing to pull our troops out and accept defeat. The surge worked and brought victory to Iraq and the guy refuses to acknowledge that the surge worked. And why won't he acknowledge that fact? Because of pressure from the leftwing of his goofy Party who won't let him acknowledge the obvious and thus give credit to Bush. He refuses to take the advise of the Commander of that successful effort--General Petraeus and still is willing to pull our troops out without regard to the consequences.

The guy is a Nigerian Scammer who set in the church of a kook Pastor for 20 years. That Pastor spewed hate and anti-American bigotry for decades and Barack and Michelle set in the pew agreeing with the hatred. The leftwing media gives him a free pass on that, but can you imagine what the leftwing media would be saying, even today, if McCain set in a pew of Bob Jones University for 20 years.

I'm tired of this scam and the leftwing media giving this guy a free pass.

M/M

Monica,

Your brother-in-law is practicing medicine without a license. The article DOES say that Governor Palin DID consult with her doctor.

In case your brother-in-law doesn't understand, it is tough, competitive world and women have had to learn to be tough and competitive to be able to compete. For example, I know a woman sales representative who practically gave birth on the road to her first child, and her boss, another woman commended her for it.

http://www.alan.com/2008/08/31/heres-that-screenshot-of-the-original-post/#comments

Oh, and about Governor Palin's hair. I seem to remember people criticizing Hillary's hair too when she first came on the scene. And people would criticize the Clintons because they were from Arkansas, not Manhattan.

Not to worry. Governor Palin has a great advisor in Cindy McCain. Gosh didn't Mrs. McCain look fabulous on George Stephenoplous' show? THAT red dress is so cute and the hairstyle makes her look so much younger. When I see Senator McCain with his wife, I often think he is with his daughter.

I am so GRATEFUL that we have a Republican nominee who is NOT threatened by strong, smart and beautiful women. The Democrats, on the other hand, obviously have issues with women.

Guess, it is a good time to tell you that I "didn't get swift-boated" in 2004 even though I listen to Sean every day. After watching the speeches at the DNC convention, it is clear that the Democrats have nothing I'm interested in.

On George Stephenopolous' show they also ran a clip of Ronald Reagan, saying "Don't trust me, trust our values." I do.


J. Pierpont Finch

Just as President Bush engineered the entire Georgia conflict recently to boost McCain's election chances in November, to boost the positive perception of Republicans in the coming election. he also controlled the weather steering currents such that Hurricane Gustav headed right for Hew Orleans to display the progress made since Katrina hit the area. Of course his scheme will also benefit Chaney's former employer, Haliburton, from whom he secretly receives a share of the increased earnings from the rebuilding activities related to the damage from all the storms he and the evil Bush can steer into the Gulf oil producing and refining areas.

Also, why is Bush in Texas today when he should be in Washington? And why was Bush in Washington yesterday when he should have been in Texas? It's all very suspicous!

J. Pierpont Finch

Oh that brother-in-law left wing pundit on fox should be sent over to MSNBC where he belongs with all the other scum sucking low life pundits!

FK

Let's address that Palin would like to see creationism taught alongside evolution in public schools.

In other words, she's a looney toon.

gringoman


Let's address that Palin would like to see creationism taught alongside evolution in public schools.

In other words, she's a looney toon.

Posted by: FredK2929 | September 01, 2008 at 09:42 PM


Let's address that liberals do not even want the mythopoetic heritage of Western civilization taught in their increasingly pathetic Government schools.

In other words, they are ipso facto exemplars of mental disorder, i.e. crypto-Marxie idiots.

FK

What GringoJumper said was not responsive to my statement but was, actually, evasive.

Again: Let's address that Palin would like to see creationism taught alongside evolution in public schools.

In other words, she's a looney toon.

FK

Palin was a high-risk choice from a strategic viewpoint. McCain has made the Christian right 100% happy with him, but he may have sacrificed swing voters in the process. He might have been better advised to keep the Christian right happy, but not completely happy, because -- let's face it -- they are going to vote for him in the end either way, while attracting swing voters.

McCain needed someone with pro-life views on the ticket; I'll give him that. But creationism taught in public school? I think he just drove some voters to Obama.

As usual, if McCain wins, she'll be viewed as a brilliant choice. If he loses, she'll be viewed as a disastrous choice.

Ron Mwangaguhunga

Monica: Those shoes that Palin wore that you were admiring are Apepazza Musa, with a 3 1/2 inch heel. Even in Alaska, frying up moose stew, you've got to have stylish kicks. Cheers,

http://ronmwangaguhunga.blogspot.com

gringoman

What GringoJumper said was not responsive to my statement but was, actually, evasive.

Again: Let's address that Palin would like to see creationism taught alongside evolution in public schools.

In other words, she's a looney toon.

Posted by: FredK2929 | September 02, 2008 at 08:51 AM


2000 years of Western God-fearing civilization. Here we have proof that you can lead a mule to that water, but you can't make it drink.

Atheists? Tell me they are not tooney loons.

----Reverend Gringo (GAB certified)

"Blessed is the jumper who plunges into the waters of life. He who returns shall tell us the taste."

gringoman

"SARAH BARRACUDA PALIN". The new redacted version now at http://www.gringoman.com/

Suddenly John "Maverick" McCain has ignited his troubled image with conservatives and Republicans, re-charged the batteries, re-aligned the dynamics and changed the race for the White House 2008. Ol' war hero Johnny Boy did it with just one staggering (and yes, risky) stroke of genius (say Republicans) or irresponsibility (hope Democrats, as they reach for their mud buckets.) Either way, it is boldness in the oldness....

FK

You can disagree with this woman without reaching for a "mud bucket".

She thinks that the story of Adam and Eve is on par with the theory of evolution and justifies this belief by mentioning she's the daughter of a science teacher.

Thank you, but no thank you.

gringoman

No mud buckets, eh?

Tell it to the bucket brigade on Sarah's teen-age daughter Bristol, the KosKooks on Sarah being the "grandmother" of the Down syndrome baby, and how dare she even consider being VP with a baby to suckle etc ad nauseam.

And that's just the first few dollops of liberal "progressive" mud.

Funny thing: The libniks are too stupid (or paniced) to know how transparent they are even to the stereotyped "angry clingers". What good is a Harvard degree if it doesn't make you brighter than Joe Six-Pack, just dumber with fancier vocabulary?

mjfell

What GringoJumper said was not responsive to my statement but was, actually, evasive.

Again: Let's address that Palin would like to see creationism taught alongside evolution in public schools.

In other words, she's a looney toon.

Posted by: FredK2929 | September 02, 2008 at 08:51 AM

Creationism and Evolution are each impossible to prove. It boils down to what you believe in. Either being taught to the exclusion of the other deprives students of an opportunity to hear both sides and make their own decisions, a skill they'll find useful as adults.

FK

MJfell -- Evolution is about science. Creationism is about faith. If you want to learn about faith, you can go to a church. Otherwise, you better add another class about how we all sprang from Zeus's head. Next you'll tell me that chemistry, biology, and algebra are impossible to prove.

GringoJumper -- I think you are confusing the idiocy of the media as "mud buckets" thrown by "liberals" . The media coverage this year has been beyond pathetic, especially on MSNBC, where they are throwing mud at each other instead of covering the events.

The liberals I know are not picking on Palin's family life. It would be beyond stupid to slam her for having a baby with Down syndrome, or because her daughter is pregnant. We are more focused on her extreme pro-life and creationism views.

I know what GringoJumper will say: The liberal media! The liberal media! I can assure you, Mr. Jumper, MSNBC and the other idiots covering the convention do NOT represent ME.

Ummahgummah

Let's address that Palin would like to see creationism taught alongside evolution in public schools.
In other words, she's a looney toon.
POSTED BY: FREDK2929

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No. YOU ARE THE LOONEY LIB. I think what you are talking about is called "intelligent design".

Why arelibs so afraid of different points of view being tought in school?!

Libs have NO PROBLEM when kids are indoctrinated into islam like they do in California already!!!

ALL these libs HATE and DESPISE is CHRISTIANITY and that is it.

The jihadists could be in our streets and the libs would still be tuning in to their HIGH priests, the punk Maher and the raving lunatic Olbermann.

FK

Wrong, Ummah. I don't want kids indoctrinated with Islam in public schools either. They have mosques for that.

And I don't want kids being indoctrinated in Christianity either.

Good use of euphemism. "Intelligent design" is creationism. However you label it, it's about a big giant ghost creating the earth and blah blah blah (the book of Genesis). You can send your kids to church to learn that.

Imposing religion on citizens through the public school system is a violation of the separation of Church and State. Palin's views are in opposiition to the Constitution.

Ummahgummah

Thank you, but no thank you.
POSTED BY: FREDK2929

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This woman could be walking on water and heal the sick with a tough of her hand and all the libs would just put her down for being "too Christian".

In other words: what do WE care about ur opinions?

Ur opinions are set in stone already.

Ummahgummah

They'd be going: Who doe she think she is - Jesus?

FK

I'd pay attention if she could cure the sick with her hand. But that's just biblical stuff, Ummah. It's not real. And that's why it should not be taught in schools.

Thanks for a nice story though. Can you tell one about Rainbow Brite now?

Ummahgummah

U R paying attention already as evidenced by ur prior posts.

And she does indeed cure the sick.

If u only paid attention u would see.

She cures those of us who have had an incurably jaded and negative view of politics as usual.

She gives hope that the Evil One can be defeated despite mustering an overwhelming army consisting of all the media, arts and academia and the rest of the manipulators.

She gives us hope that these armies of Darkness can be defeated once again by this latter-day Jeanne D'Arc.

FK

Don't you think you're being a bit overdramatic calling Obama evil?

A bit much even by your standards?

If not, then you truly are the lunatic fringe, and you should go bury your head in a Bible and ignore science.

mjfell

MJfell -- Evolution is about science. Creationism is about faith. If you want to learn about faith, you can go to a church. Otherwise, you better add another class about how we all sprang from Zeus's head. Next you'll tell me that chemistry, biology, and algebra are impossible to prove.

Posted by: FredK2929 | September 02, 2008 at 01:05 PM

Fred, If you have proof of Evolution I'd like to see it. Really.

Science catagorizes Evolution as theory; a concept that is not yet verified but that if true would explain certain facts or phenomena. For example, it is a fact that an apple dropped on earth has been observed to fall towards the center of the planet, and the theories commonly used to describe and explain this behavior are Newton's theory of universal gravitation.

Certanly there's a lot of fossile evidence in support of the theory of Evolution, but that's evidence, not proof.

Acceptance of a theory as fact is a result of faith in the judgement of those who're proponents of said theory.

Acceptance of Creationism is the result of faith in Biblical teachings. Many people have faith in a book they consider to be the word of God.

In each instance someone's had faith in something which hasn't been and probably can't be proven beyond all reasonable doubt.

Perhaps Creationism as described in the "Book of Genesis" is a figurative description of creation and Evolution is the method by which we arrived at our present state.

Who really knows?

Consider this: Isn't being a colletion of organic molocules arranged in such a way that we're able to ponder such matters by typing on a computer keyboard a bit of a miracle?

FK

Perhaps giant elves waved magic wands and we all sprang out of floating rocks in outer space.

That's about a good a theory as the Book of Genesis.

The point is that evolution is a SCIENTIFIC theory.

Creationism is a RELIGIOUS theory.

Religion must not be taught in a public school. Even if you don't like it, there's a separation of Church and State.

I don't have to prove evolution is correct in order to arrive at this result. If you want your kids to learn about creationism, send them to church.

But if you really believe in the story of Adam and Eve . . . wow. It's really interesting to know that people with that belief are still walking around and functioning in society.

Ummahgummah

You idot, FreaK, Intelligent Design is NOT Creationism. It merely posits the ***POSSIBILITY*** that the World As We Know It - the entire Known Universe - is so magnificently created that there must be an intelligence of some form responsible for it all.

Religious people would call this force G-d.

[Mind you, they wouldn't call this force "alla" since that is the euphemism for the badly formed id of the mohemedan.]

Remember, I said

***P-O-S-S-I-B-I-L-I-T-Y***

Do NOT put your words in my mouth!

I prefer my own.

Thank you.

Ummahgummah

PS. Atheism is also a religion. As is liEEEberalism.

Keep clinging..

FK

Well, I've never been invited to an Atheism Church bake sale, or attended a service, or a 13 year old's ceremony of successful indoctrination, so I must be missing out on this Atheism religion.

Creationism. Intelligent design. You say tomatoes. I say tomAHtoes. Blah blah blah.

Ummahgummah

Wow, FreaK. That's what I call a reall well thought-out argument.

lib...

FK

As well thought out as calling atheism a religion?

What do I know. I'm a self-hating Jew, right? Oh wait, no, I'm a Muslim. Oh no, wait, I'm a self-hating Jew . . . OK . . . I'm confused . . . What exactly am I right now in your mind?

Ummahgummah

A liberal. Not just right now.

You are always the same thing.

A liberal.

The self-hatred for example, springs from your liberalism.

Like I said you'll vote Obama even if it will cost you your home.

FK

And you will apparently vote for McCain even though the Republicans have done a pitiful job in the Executive Branch for 8 years.

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