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Pe-loser says surge a bust, despite clear evidence to contrary

San Fran Nan says the troop surge is a “failure” and “hasn’t produced the desired effect”.  I suppose if, by “not having the desired effect”, you mean that al-Qaeda in Iraq has collapsed and is in crisis mode, then yeah…it’s been a bust.

Moron.  Keep talking, b#tch.

February 10, 2008 Posted by | defeatism, Iraq, Pelosi | 16 Comments

Fake conservative hails another fake conservative as a “true conservative”

That’s how the headline should ideally read.  Anywho, from MSNBC:

John McCain is a “true conservative,” President Bush says, although the presumptive Republican presidential nominee may have to work harder to convince other conservatives that he is one of their own.

McCain “is very strong on national defense,” Bush said in an interview taped for airing on “Fox News Sunday.” “He is tough fiscally. He believes the tax cuts ought to be permanent. He is pro-life. His principles are sound and solid as far as I’m concerned.”

But when asked about criticism of McCain by conservative commentators Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter, the president said, “I think that if John is the nominee, he has got some convincing to do to convince people that he is a solid conservative and I’ll be glad to help him if he is the nominee.”

Juanny Mac, I’d suggest you decline the president’s offer to help bolster your “conservative” image.  He’s not exactly strong in the right department himself these days.

February 10, 2008 Posted by | conservatism, McCain | Leave a comment

Dem superdelegates to pull a “Gore 2000”?

The DNC created this thing called a “superdelegate” for the primaries.  Basically, almost 800 party loyalists will vote at the convention for either Obama or Clinton.  They can vote any way they want to, and there’s nothing anyone can do about it.  This year, it looks increasingly likely that the superdelegates will decide who the Dem nominee is going to be.

How will a superdelegate vote?  One of a few ways:

1.  Superdelegate X decides that since Osamabama/Hildebeast won his state/Congressional district, then he will vote in a manner that his folks back home voted.

2.  Superdelegate X decides to vote for whomever won the most delegates heading into the convention.

3.  Superdelegate X decides to vote for whomever HE feels is the best candidate, effectively ignoring 1 and 2 above.  In other words, superdelegate X ensures that the winner is “selected” instead of “elected”!  Osamabama could have more votes (i.e. delegates) than the Hildebeast, but if superdelegates select Hilldawg, then she wins the nomination.

How awesomely McAwesome would scenario #3 be!  The same folks who bellyache to this day about how in 2000 Gore got more votes (popular, not electoral) and that the Supreme Court “selected” Bush would be in that situation from their own party!

February 10, 2008 Posted by | Hillary, Obama | 5 Comments

This is getting old


February 10, 2008 Posted by | Hillary | 2 Comments