Wednesday, June 4, 2008

The Rictus and The Blink


Republican strategists knew that Obama would be taking the stage an hour later to deliver a typically hypnotic speech in front of an SRO house of ecstatic devotees. So the fact that they threw McCain into the gladiator-pit of American TV armed only with his own charisma -- which, of course, is to say without any weapons at all -- is further proof that it's now Amateur Hour at the GOP. To which -- John Hagee and Jeremiah Wright aside -- one can only say: thank God.


Anonymous said...

The only amateur is Obama.

Nothing better than a junior statesman to
Change the Greatest Country on Earth.

Gee whiz, you are so lovable. Hahahahahah
I can't stop laughing!

Go start a blog about grammar or something in the English Literature Field - That's all this blogspot is good for!

lovable liberal said...

The American patriots who turned the colonies into this country didn't rest on their laurels. They threw off people like you and Duhbya.

Anonymous said...

They still do not rest on their laurels.

They are turning in their graves, from all
the liberal excrement that spews from this blog.

I love the Declaration of Independence.
especially the introduction and Preamble

In CONGRESS, July 4, 1776.

The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America,
When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness...

They seem to be a bit "Faith Based" - I think they
may question my views - Sure.

However, they would throw you in one of FDR's socialist concentration camps.

lovable liberal said...

There is no doubt whatsoever that the Founders were the liberals of their time. You would have been a Royalist.

Oh, and many of the Founders were too skeptical of the sort of simple-minded Christianity so popular today to even be elected nowadays.

Anonymous said...

You Mean "Loyalist" or maybe Torie, NOT Royalist .
Man you are "Simple-Mind"!

And stop trying to label the U.S. Forefathers as liberal minded. - Well, maybe the "Slave Owner Part" - It took a republican Like Lincoln to stop that part of U.S. History.

lovable liberal said...

Lincoln was a liberal for his time, too. He wanted to change the status quo to liberate slaves. The conservatives of the time wanted to keep everything the same and African-Americans in bondage.

Uh, the Loyalists were Royalists, but the only Torie I know of is Torie Clarke, and she's an American Tory.

You are really, really out of your depth here - assuming you actually have a deep end that would make you comfortable anywhere.

Anonymous said...

Not sure how deep you, but I am glad I haven't sunk to your depths.

It is apparent, you claim all liberals as "Change Agents" and when you get your facts straight
and quit trying to be a Tom Hartman "Spin-Doctor" wannabe.

Change comes from leadership and doing the right
thing. Fortunately it comes from conservatives and not liberals. Liberals can only claim or attempt to claim the hard work and intelligence of conservatives. - Then claim it as their idea.

Dream-on, the only liberal that did anything
worth while was probably J.F.K. - But you'd probably call him a conservative!

Maybe, F.D.R. too, but he was a liberal U.S. President that created Concentration Camps
- That was a big change!

lovable liberal said...

You don't even have a coherent definition of 'liberal' or 'conservative' - or anything else coherent to say, either.

By the way, Jesus was a liberal, too. He wasn't even that conservative about sex. Could have cast the first stone, according to the story, but didn't.

And, just to show the occasional mercy, I'll leave your missing word in the first sentence alone.