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September 10, 2007

Panderers, One and All

The Democrat presidential candidates were on a debate hosted by the Spanish-language television station Univision last night. Here's a sample of the rhetoric being tossed about willy nilly:

Hillary Clinton, regarding an immigration bill passed in 2006:

She said the bill, which would have punished people who aid illegal immigrants, "would have criminalized the Good Samaritan. It would have criminalized Jesus Christ." Notice Hillary only brings religion in when it's convenient? I wonder if she worries about Jesus' view on abortion?

Bill Richardson on the wall:

"Congress only funded half of the wall," said Richardson, who also served as energy secretary and U.N. ambassador in the Clinton administration. "If you are going to build a 12-foot wall, you know what is going to happen? A lot of 13-foot ladders. This is a terrible symbol of America." What's a terrible symbol? That America recognizes her sovereignty and will defend her borders? Och, terrible, aye.

Barack Obama on Bush's "missed chance":

"They [American workers] feel that they are losing jobs. They feel like they are losing health care," the Illinois senator said. "They feel that they are falling behind, and their children won't have a better future. So a president has to speak out forcefully against anti-immigrant sentiment and racist sentiment, but also has to make sure that all workers are being tended to." It's not anti-immigrant sentiment, it's anti-ILLEGAL ALIEN sentiment. Get it right, Barack, you're running for the highest office in the land.

Chris Dodd on Cuba:

"We need to understand it and be part of the transition in that country, to make a difference as it is occurring," Dodd said. What transition? Raul is just as much a hardliner as Fidel. Dodd=useful idiot.

John Edwards (aka Silky Pony) on the war:

Former Sen. John Edwards, the party's 2004 vice presidential nominee, said he was concerned the report -- presented by Gen. David Petraeus, the top U.S. commander in Iraq, and Ambassador Ryan Crocker -- would be "a sales job by the White House." Silky would know about sales jobs...he conned enough juries in his day.

Joe Biden was unavailable; he was likely preparing his remarks that General Petraeus is "dead flat wrong" on Iraq. Interesting, since Petraeus hasn't given his official report yet. Oh, but he did preface the above remark with, "I really respect him..." Um, yeah, Joe, I'm sure you really respect a man whose position you see fit to judge before you hear his official report.

Gee, which one should I support?

On a tip from Jeanette!

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Posted by Pam Meister at 06:59 AM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0) | 2008

"We're going to look behind the generalizations that Gen. Petraeus or anybody gives us and probe the very hard facts to see exactly what the situation is," ... "Unless we see some light at the end of the tunnel here, very closely examining what Gen. Petraeus and others have to say, I think there's a general sense that there needs to be a new policy."

Spoken by Arlen Specter about The Petraeus Report...yesterday.

"General Petraeus is there to succeed," Feinstein said. "I don't think he's an independent evaluator."

Spoken by Dianne Feinstein, yesterday.

These asshats clearly believe they can predict the future...

Posted by: Kris, in New England at September 10, 2007 01:13 PM

I couldn't even bring myself to watch the Spanish suck-up. I wonder if any of the Dems raised a fist and shouted "La Raza"!

The Dems' behavior on the Petraeus report is absolutely shameful. I linked their MoveOn ad today as well as some other comments about it.

Posted by: Reverse_Vampyr at September 10, 2007 02:11 PM

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