Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Oh Huckabee, I would never have voted for you, you crazy conservative, but you are adorably stupid/stupidly adorable. Way to get facts wrong in your speech (Um, Lincoln/Ford - both cars, but not the same president.) and call Obama out for those "European" ideas. God forbid we have European ideas. Wouldn't want any of that "Highest standard of living" like Norway or something. Or, god forbid, French cheeses.

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And on a not so light note, Giuliani needs to go fuck himself. I hate him. How dare he get up there and talk about leading people in crisis when he is complicit in the deaths of 121 firefighters on 9/11. I seriously am shaking with anger. He passed off craptastic radio systems to the firefighters before the attacks and then pulled firefighters off the site to dump the remains like so much trash afterwards. FUCK you Giuliani. Seriously. FUCK you.

Edit: I wonder if the books Obama wrote that she talks about are the same ones she wanted to ban?

13 comments:

  1. Thanks for the laugh. I was writing a blog post and kind of stuck!

    Oh the RNC is in my town. It is CRAZY! I am staying away from there for a while.

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  2. Damn it. Stop with the political posts. I ~want~ to comment, but I have freaking NO IDEA what to say!

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  3. Don't be sorry you are so political! Just throw me some non-political stuff so I don't feel like such a moron! :)

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  4. Dude! Dish it out! I just wrote a tiny little post on Sarah Palin, and deleted most of it cause I feel unjustified in my bile, being Canadian and therefore largely unaffected by this stuff. But I really, really dislike her, and I'm kind of enjoying watching her tank McCain's campaign. Hopefully the dirt is just beginning to emerge.

    But you are so right about Giuliani. Fuck him, indeed.

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  5. I had to turn it off I was getting so worked up. Even my husband, who is usually VERY republican (makes for very interesting family get togethers since my family is mostly democrat), was annoyed with the speeches tonight. He got the most worked up with Sarah Palin and her "using her kid" for sympathy votes while at the same time, her supporters blame the media for focusing on her having a kid with Downs.

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  6. I'm a New Yorker (living in London) I've NEVER liked Giuliani. Hate him with a passion. I also never understood why people thought he was such a hero. He's a monster in my book.

    I don't get Palin either. Are we supposed to vote for her because we are women? Her type of conservatism is frightening. She is a self described rottweiler!

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  7. I can't vote (being Canadian and all) but I can't help getting worked up either. I love how the Republicans give stern warnings about not getting Palin's family involved and giving them space... and then they trot them out for the world to see. Even the boyfriend was out there on the tarmack to greet 'the Original Maverick'! It was scary to see the convention attendees just eating it up.

    And I agree, fuck Giuliani.

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  8. I've been following along, sorry for my silence! I work next door to the county republican HQ... they put out larger then life size cardboard cutouts every morning. It's scary to turn the corner and be face to face with McCain and the local evils. Eek!

    Watched the speeches last night, because if I'm gonna form an opinion of the R's, I want it to be from my own experience, not because of what someone else says. And they freaked me the f* out. Hardcore.

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  9. Giuliani really needs to stop taking credit for just being there on 9/11. Anyone who lived through that day downtown can tell you what kind of job he did...

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  10. Sigh.

    Well, you know where I stand. And I think you should keep up the political posts if that's what is on your mind these days. I've so badly wanted to write more in my blog, but that's not really what it's for, and I don't want to lose any readers due to my crazy vast right wing conspiring.

    All I can say is that this is an interesting election year. Way interesting.

    The New York Times? Definitely a beacon of political neutrality. NOT. But, what else is new. ;)

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  11. I love it! Where do they get these people?

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