Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Campaign Words

So now Hussein Urkel will have us believe that you can say anything you like during a campaign and 1) not be held responsible for the veracity of the comment 2) he has no regard for the intelligence (or lack thereof) of the people he is speaking to.

Partial transcript:

"This is fun for the press to try to stir up whatever quotes were generated during the course of the campaign, and you’re having fun. And there’s nothing wrong with that. I’m not faulting it. But, look, I think if you look at the statements that Hillary Clinton and I have made outside of the heat of a campaign, we share a view that America has to be safe and secure, and in order to do that we have to combine military power with strengthened diplomacy."

No, Dumbass-Elect,
They are YOUR words. You should be held responsible for the things you say and the aspersions you cast on others.
No, it is NOT a case of "All's fair in love and politics."
You can't have it both ways...

If you say her foreign experience is just tea parties with the HoiPolloi and she's not fit to play in the Big Show, then her tea party experience is not qualification to be Secretary of State.
And, by the way, Mr. Professor of Constitutional Law,
There is no "Office of the President-Elect".
And second, you AREN'T the President-Elect until after the Electoral College convenes and votes on the matter.

And one last note (for the moment anyway)...
For all Hussein's Barry's suggestion the McCain would be "Bush Part II", it sure as hell looks like Jan 20 will be the beginning of "Clinton Part II".
Hope you enjoy the CHANGE...
(I would have preferred to have 10s, 20s, 50s and 100s instead of a pocket full of change.)

Keep you friends close, and your enemies closer.


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