Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Another day, another stupid, outrageous comment by a Democrat.

Do you ever notice that since at least the time Clinton became President, Democrats always justify putting their collective feet in their mouths by stating they apologize "if I offended someone."

They aren't apologizing for making horribly offensive comments. They are only "sorry" if someone was "offended."

Pretty much sums up why they are going to be blown out of the election they couldn't lose, doesn't it?


Here is an interesting post from Doug Ross:

What do the ten cities with the highest crime rates have in common?

Do you really need to ask?


Another great example of the Democrats misunderstanding of religion:

"Obama was a community organizer like Jesus."

From Michelle Malkin:

Bob Owens’ rejoinder deserves reprinting:

Charles Manson organized a community of his own, one that Bernadine Dorhn was certainly impressed with. You remember Bernie Dorhn, don’t you? She and her husband Bill Ayers had helped form yet another community, one called the Weather Underground. Years later, when they were done with their declared war against the United States, they helped community organizer and friend Barack Obama organize his first political fundraiser in their home.

If liberals want to play games about the meaning and definition of the words community organizer, then by all means, lets play.

It will be a lot more fun for us than them.


Once again, I am at a loss for words in regards to Shimon Peres. As the President of Israel (yes, it is a ceremonial position, but he is still an ambassador for the country), he continues to fail to recognize the existential threats surrounding him.

It seems the ever-so-senile Peres (could there be any other excuse?) stated "the world would be worse off without Islam."

I believe there are 1,473 men, women and children, all Israeli victims of Islamic terrorists, who would disagree if they had the ability. What a joke Peres has become over the years.


Senator Joseph Biden today inadvertently criticized the judgement of Barack Obama.

Folks, you just can't make this stuff up. Biden - I suppose he is still running for Vice-President, although no one sees to care anymore, do they? - said, in a speech today:

[MSNBC's] SEN. JOE BIDEN: Hillary Clinton is as qualified or more than I am to be vice president of the United States of America. She is say close personal friend and qualified to be president of the United States of America. She is easily qualified to be vice president of the United States of America and quite frankly it might have been a better pick than me, but she is first-rate. I mean that sincerely.

I'm not a conspiracy theorist at all. But even I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if the Obama campaign doesn't pull a Thomas Eagleton, and replace Biden with - oh, I don't know - Hillary Clinton???

As I said yesterday, the more Obama attacks Palin, the more inconsequential Biden becomes. The only one benefiting is John McCain, who has looked very Presidential lately, as opposed to Obama. The Junior Senator from Illinois is clearly now in full defense mode and the more he tries to stem the tide, the more he looks weak.

The obvious advice for Obama would be to go back to what set him apart from the pack to begin with. But his whole campaign seems to be unable to rise above the ugly rhetoric. Now, even if he were to somehow regain his composure, it may be too little too late.

It may be an inherent flaw in the Democrat playbook, but the more attacked they feel, the more unhinged they look. I would never have expected such a turn around in the election so quickly. McCain's picking Sarah Palin as his running mate may well turn out to be one of the most ingenious political decisions our lifetime has ever seen. That isn't a compliment on the Alaskan governor, but a sign that maybe Senator McCain is a whole lot more intelligent that anyone - even his own friends and supporters - imagined.

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