Posts Tagged ‘Political’

Carter – What a Tool

April 20, 2008

Get Back to hammering nails not our Country

I guess once is not enough. Former President Carter just can’t get enough face time with the leadership of Hamas. So he met with them again while “in the region”. As a result of the first meeting in Cairo, the result that our Real State Department said would occur in fact did occur. Their concern was that Hamas would claim “Legitimacy” as a political entity should Carter meet with them…

The Hamas delegation in Cairo was headed by Gaza leaders Mahmoud Zahar and Said Siyam.
Zahar said Wednesday that Carter’s meetings with its leaders will boost the group’s legitimacy despite criticism by Israel and the U.S. government.
“This meeting is a message to those who don’t recognize Hamas’ legitimacy as a movement,” he said as he left for Egypt, according to Hamas’ Web site. (Full Story)

Thanks Jimmy, I guess the legacy as one of the Worst Presidents in the 20th Century is not enough, It seems that you are looking for the Daily Double and want to add “Worst Former President” of the 21st Century to your Resume of Failure. Please get back to using your tool belt to build houses, as apposed to being a tool for enemies of our country & Israel.

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The H-Bomb (New footage from that fateful day)

March 27, 2008

Classic Response to Hillary The Hero of Bosnia…

Note: One little CGA bloody part so be careful of the kiddies!

McCain Gallups to Victory?

March 26, 2008

If McCain vs. Obama, 28% of Clinton Backers Go for McCain
If McCain vs. Clinton, 19% of Obama backers go for McCain


PRINCETON, NJ — A sizable proportion of Democrats would vote for John McCain next November if he is matched against the candidate they do not support for the Democratic nomination. This is particularly true for Hillary Clinton supporters, more than a quarter of whom currently say they would vote for McCain if Barack Obama is the Democratic nominee.

While I was not exactly thrilled with some of what I heard at John McCain’s press conference today in California, it seems my disappointment is him is not as as great as the Dems disappointment in their own party’s opposing candidate. While this is encouraging, we still need to keep Sen. McCain true to his word and not let him view Democrat support as license to abandon conservative principals.